May 15th is Endangered Species Day! Help bring our bees back!
Honeybees and other pollinators help produce approximately one-third of everything we eat here in the U.S. By planting gardens, large and small, you support these vital pollinators. Learn More
NEEF Announces Extreme Weather & Climate Change Online Course
NEEF has launched a free online course devoted to helping the American public understand and prepare for the impacts of extreme weather and climate change. Learn more and enroll today!
NEEF Supports Tree Planting Event Engaging Hispanic Volunteers
NEEF joined Hispanic families participating in a special volunteer event honoring MLK Day of Service and Texas Arbor Day in Houston, TX on January 31. This project was part of NEEF’s Nuestros Espacios Verdes Día a Día or Our Green Spaces Every Day campaign, actively engaging Hispanic communities in events promoting the importance of urban forests in the economic, environmental and social health of cities. Learn more.
Sustainability & Employee Engagement Report
The third edition of the Greenbiz Group Employee Engagement survey has been released. The survey, which began in 2008 in partnership with NEEF, examines corporate environmental and sustainability education initiatives. In the most recent survey results, 73 percent of respondents indicated that their company is educating employees about its corporate sustainability goals. Learn more.
Extreme weather and climate change are identified as the environmental issues that most people are familiar with.
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